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Malexander, I understand what you are trying - Page 2 - Politics, Business, Civil, History - Posted: 1st Sep, 2004 - 4:33pm

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Poll: What do you really believe about Russia?
  Russia and the USA will fight a great war in the end       30.61%
  Russia plans to take over the world       6.12%
  Russia is capable to take over the world but is not interested       8.16%
  If the USA were not around then Russia would 'run' things       8.16%
  Russia pretends to be diplomatic but their purpose is evil       16.33%
  The USA makes up too many stories about old Russia       14.29%
  Russia is a great place and people need to drop the myths       16.33%
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Russia Tactics versus U.S.A. Vs Russia Russia: 'The Evil Empire'? Are they all that bad or is it just the USA trying to portray Russia as bad because they are a world power with land bigger and a society very different from the USA ideal?
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29th May, 2003 - 8:56pm / Post ID: #

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If you look at it conversly this is actually saying that the US was too 'big' to tackle then, so they have to wait for a weakend state?

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Post Date: 30th May, 2003 - 11:36am / Post ID: #

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Yes. they know that America is too big.  But their plans worked well while Clinton was President.  For example, Clinton gave land to communist china that used to be one of our naval bases, under Clinton a lot of military was downsized, many bases within and without the United States were closed down under his orders.  

Under Clinton also, honesty and intergrity were lost, which is part of what the communist need in order to weeken our country, and they did.  

Let me point out something else, the good economy that Clinton always bragged about was not his doing, it never picked up till the Republicans took congress.  But the economic pickup that we experienced had more to do with private companies such as Microsoft and other high tech companies.  Bill Clinton had nothing to do with it other than to take credit for it.  Before the Republican's took Congress he and the democrats were very succesful at aiming the country at the communist agenda.  

There are a lot of things about Bill Clinton that some of us know about here that link him to communisim.  He could not even get into the White House without first manipulating the system, which is what he did.  He gave nuclear secrets to china even while China was making threats to attack Taiwan and at the same time telling us if we got involved and helped Taiwan they were going to drop a nuclear bomb on Los Angeles.  

For the first time in history, Bill Clinton actually gave the UN military command over the United States forces, which of course is a big constitutional no no, but he got away with it.  

Many wonder if the United States uses the UN for its agenda, as we have shown, we are willing to go at it alone without the UN and do our own thing.  On the other hand we have our reasons for doing it.  China is in the security council as an open Communist country that has been sponsoring terrorism and continues to make military threats towards an invasion of Taiwan.  Russia is also communist though they are playing an "under the cover" game.  France does not call itself communist but 25% of its citazens are communist, another percentage are socialist which in reality based on the same maxist agenda.

As for Biblical reference, in the days of the Bible, Russia was refered to as the land of Magog

11th Aug, 2003 - 9:43am / Post ID: #

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It is interesting to note that in the world's picture Russia is not seen as an enemy. It seems like only the USA gives all this publicity. I wonder if Russia was not communist if they would treat it the same? Russia at present has done away with communism, or at least in part, but still movies, stories and gossip are made about big bad Russia... wonder why?

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25th Feb, 2004 - 1:56pm / Post ID: #

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The Russian President fires the PM and the cabinet... he must have a lot of power. I think we will be needing someone to explain the authority within the Russian government. If one man can get up and then just fire everyone, that may be too much power?

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11th Mar, 2004 - 11:34am / Post ID: #

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Could it be that perspective is the greatest role in a State's development? Is Russia so badly off or is it how the Western world looks at things makes it seem badly off?

...A word about Russia, and something a Russian politician said to me last night at a dinner in his honor back here in Washington, D.C. Grigory Yavlinsky, back when I covered the collapse of the Soviet Union, was one of the leading young voices calling for a truly democratic Russia to rise from the wreckage in Moscow in the 1990s. Last night, still a democracy guy, but middle-aged, weary, and discouraged, he admitted: "People in Russia don't want even to hear the word 'democracy.' They think it stands for everything that's gone wrong with Russia."

Democracy. It is easy to throw the word around. It is much more difficult to make it mean what we in America think we mean when we use it to describe our own system of government: a system in which officials answer to the people, and in which our values include basic freedoms--to speak, to worship, to be treated fairly before the law.

Living this way is as natural to us as breathing. Democracy is as vital to us as oxygen.

The notion that Russians would say no to it seems incredible to us.

But here's the catch: democracy is a learned habit (as in, women couldn't vote in the United States for more than half of its history). The Russians, 14 years since the collapse of communism, are still learning it.

John Donvan and the Nightline Staff
ABCNEWS Washington D.C. bureau

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Post Date: 27th Aug, 2004 - 12:57pm / Post ID: #

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A top Russian official acknowledged Thursday what many citizens already suspected -- that terrorism was the most likely cause of two jetliners crashing minutes apart, a feeling reflected in a newspaper headline warning that "Russia now has a Sept. 11."

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28th Aug, 2004 - 3:20pm / Post ID: #

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Not to belittle the tragedy that occurred on those two Russian planes, but I don't think a comparison to 9-11 is warranted. First of all the number of deaths are not even close, secondly 9-11 showcased an intricate plan of hijacking and using planes as weapons of mass destruction while the Russian planes seemed to have been blown up prior to crashing. They did not crash into an area where there were more people so no further deaths were caused. Thirdly, there were direct links to foreign Islamic terrorist groups with 9-11, while the Russian tragedy seems to be linked to local separatist groups. From the perspective of both being great national tragedies, the comparison can be made, but that is where it ends as well.

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1st Sep, 2004 - 4:33pm / Post ID: #

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Malexander, I understand what you are trying to say, but I think what is going on there now is getting or is already very serious. People committing suicide through the use of bombs for mas destruction, men holding up 100s of kids in school, downing planes, and more. These things are getting out of hand and Russia is turning into another Israel / Palestine conflict.

A woman strapped with explosives blew herself up outside a busy Moscow subway station Tuesday night, killing at least 10 people and wounding more than 50 in the second terrorist attack to hit Russia in a week, officials said.

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